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1984 Honda Nighthawk S 700 Cc on 2040-motos

$1,200
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:27

Honda Nighthawk description

I have a 1984 Honda Nighthawk S with 27,400mis. Honda thought of everything when they built this thing, hydraulic clutch so no cables or adjusting, shaft drive so no chains to break or adjust, hydraulic self adjusting valves, so be ready to ride and enjoy. Looking to sell just bought a new pick up so not interested in trading cash only. Will not ship, buyer is responsible for pick up. Call me at if interested , and thanks for looking. Bike is terrific shape for a 29 yr old bike

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Thu, 27 Oct 2011

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